Sydney: Indian opener Shubhaman Gill has made a big record by playing half-century innings in the third Test match being played in Sydney against Australia.
Shubhaman Gill has become the youngest Indian opener to score a half-century in Test cricket on Australian soil. Earlier this record was in the name of KL Rahul.
Gill scored 50 runs during his innings facing 101 balls and was caught by Cameron Green off Pete Cummins.
Shubman Gill hit a half-century against Australia in 21 years and 122 days and became the youngest Indian opener to have a fifty in a Test in Australia.
At the same time, KL Rahul has now come to the second number, who did this amazing in 22 years and 265 days.
The third Indian cricketer in this list is VVS Laxman who has retired from cricket. Laxman had floated in Australia for 25 years and 64 days.
Talking about the third Test, Australia batting first scored 338 runs thanks to Steve Smith’s century innings (131 runs).
In response, the Indian team scored 96 runs on the second day losing 2 wickets (Rohit Sharma and Gill).
Pujara and captain Ajinkya Rahane remained at the crease till the second day’s play ended.
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